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PowerLogic – Who Are We?
Over 2 million meters installed ranging from basic power meters to
complex PQ/Revenue meters ...
Over 75,000 Ethernet communications interfaces (includes those on the
meters); of which, 50% are web-enabled ...
Over 12,000 power monitoring and control systems worldwide ...
20 Years of History in metering and monitoring
International Presence with 3 Base Locations
Grenoble, France,
Victoria, British Columbia
Lavergne, Tennessee
Over 1,100 Employees whose sole focus is metering & monitoring
Hosted software solutions with over 100,000 End Users using our
solution for demand response, emissions monitoring, cost allocation
and energy efficiency.
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Metering Devices – Meet the Family!
 Submetering
Energy Meter
Stand-alone
• Basic Energy Metering
• up to 480 vac direct
connect
• Single phase or Three
phase models
• Communications is
available as an option
Branch Current
Monitor
Apply to Individual
Branch Circuits
• Monitors current per
circuit
Enercept®
PM210 / PM750 High
Density Metering
Apply to Subfeeds
Apply to Multi – Circuit
Metering
• Built in 2-wire comms
built-in
• up to 480 vac direct
connect
• Basic metering data
• Built in alarm
functionality
• Built in 2-wire comms built-in
• Ethernet comms Option
• up to 480 vac direct connect
• Local display for each circuit
• Panel includes CT shorting
blocks
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Metering Devices – New in
2009
 Submetering
PowerLogic Branch
Circuit Power Meter
● PowerLogic E4800
● Up to 24 Circuits
Monitored by one
device
● Revenue Accurate
Measures mains and
branch circuit power and
energy parameters and
Voltage in addition to
Amperage
Can monitor up to 84 circuits
per board
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Metering Devices – Mid Range to Advanced
PM800 Series
ION 7650 Series
CM4000 Series
ION8600 Series
What does “mid range to advanced” mean?
On board memory to log interval data, PQ events, waveforms, and alarms
On board clock to time/date stamp events to 1mS resolution
Built in Ethernet communications with on board web pages, SNMP support
Built in digital and analog I/O for status monitoring, control, and WAGES Monitoring
High sample rate (up to 5 MHz) to detect high speed system disturbances
Advanced processor capabilities perform math, programmable logic, and control
Use at critical areas in the power system: Utility POC, LV Mains, UPS output
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Network Communications Overview
MODBUS TCP – ETHERNET
PROTOCOL (PORT 502)
LAN / WAN
ION7650
Meter
MODBUS RTU – SERIAL PROTOCOL
PM800
Meter
ION6200
Meter
Enercept
Meter
Circuit
Breaker
Trip Unit
UPS
Branch
Circuit
Monitor
PDU
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Basic Monitoring Systems – Built in Web Server
Use your existing Ethernet network to access electrical system data
View data with only a web browser, no power monitoring software needed
Log data onboard the gateway device for historical system analysis
Automatically E-mail or FTP historical data any location on the network
View device data through
a simple browser – no
software needed
EGX300 web page
Trend plots
Data log files
EGX100
EGX300
Pull information into web
pages from other PowerLogic
gateways (PM8ECC,
EGX100)
ION 6200
PM800
Micrologic
Sepam
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Intermediate Monitoring Systems – Data Collection Software
Real-time monitoring Alarming
Reporting
Graphics Screens
Aggregate energy and demand
– multiple feeds, costs per tariff
period, time-of-use
Aggregate load profiles –
system-wide usage patterns,
peak usage
Power quality compliance –
pass/fail indicators
Power quality analysis –
waveforms, tolerance curves,
harmonics
realtime
power
and
energ
y
histori
cal
trends
and
data
logs
alarm
Trigger on PQ events, thresholds or
equipment conditions
Trigger on complex/summary
conditions
Automatically:
Send out customized notifications to
workstations, email, cell phone, PDA
Upload all associated event data
Generate a report
Log complete information (coincident
conditions, waveforms, timestamps)
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Advanced Monitoring Systems – PowerLogic SCADA
●
●
Reliability and Stability = robust performance
●
Flexibility
Fast response
● Near-real time data and alarming  react
quickly to critical conditions
● Tailor the system according to needs
● Easily and effectively manage a plethora of
alarm data
● Customize the user interface to meet
preferences
●
Redundancy and fault tolerance
● Software, hardware, and network
● Reduce downtime and increase availability
●
Scalability
● Scale up to incorporate future phases
●
Support
● Developed and supported by Schneider
Electric.
● Initial design through system commissioning
● Service agreements for proactive support and
preventative maintenance
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Advanced Monitoring Systems – PowerLogic
SCADA
Case example: One of worlds largest Windows based
monitoring &
control systems.
• 440,000 data points with more than 63,000 alarm
points.
• Observed / documented data response times:
.5
seconds
•
Observed / documented graphic screen data display:
1.5 seconds
• Observed / documented historical report call-up
time: 4 seconds.
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Advanced Monitoring Systems – PowerLogic
EEM
Dashboard Reports
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Advanced Monitoring Systems – PowerLogic
EEM System Example
Schneider Electric North America
Management established Energy
“key performance indicators”
PowerLogic EEM provides
“executive summary” style
dashboards
Energy information drives both
accountability and energy reduction
actions
Prior Year’s Performance
Overall - 4.4% energy savings over 2006 (against a 4% goal)
Top 5 Facilities
El Paso
Smyrna
Peru
Nashville
Lincoln
-31%
-26%
-12%
-11%
- 9%
Bottom 5 Facilities
Oxford
+52%
Raleigh
+ 7%
Pacifico
+ 2%
Tlaxcala
+ 1%
Palatine
+ 1%
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Advanced Monitoring Systems – PowerLogic
EEM
System Example
5 X 6200
1 X 8600
System Users
Corporate EEM
Network
Multi Site Software Company Goal:
Monitor and Report Lab and Data
Center Energy Use, Cost, and
Efficiency Across 50+ Labs
Solution:
Corporate HQ
Facility 2
Facility 1
EGX-100
3 X 6200
6 X 6312
Facility 4
Facility 3
Network
Network
ION:E (OPC Server)
Network
Network
ION:E (OPC Server)
ION:E (OPC Server/Client)
Kepware OPC BACNet Server
1 X 8600
4 X 8600
8600s
EGXs
7650s
35 X 4300
EGXs
MicroLogic Trip Units
6200s
Liebert PDUs
Submetering
6312s
ALC Router
Cutler Hammer IQ7000
Meters, networks,
and data collection
software provide
data to central EEM
Server.
Dashboards report
Watts / Square Foot,
Energy Cost Per
Lab, PUE and DCiE
Per Lab
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Metering & Monitoring Safety Considerations
Common
power
quality
analyzer
Common
branch
circuit
monitor
Is your company still gathering energy and power data using these
methods?
UNDERSTAND THE RISKS!
 Hazards associated with electrical systems
 Importance of an electrical safety program
 Requirements in standards for employee safety
 Responsibilities of employer and employee
 Processes and practices
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Metering & Monitoring Safety Considerations
● NFPA 70E and NEC state that facilities must provide:
● Safety program with defined responsibilities
● Calculations for arc flash hazard degree
● Personal protective equipment (clothing) for workers
● Training for workers
● Tools for safe work
● Warning labels on equipment
WHICH
IS
SAFER?
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